A Chinese Schoolteacher Built A Life-Sized Replica Of Iron Man’s Hulkbuster Armor

Middle school art teachers don’t tend to be the most inspiring bunch, but Xing Yile of Zhengzhou, China is an exception. This teacher undoubtedly scored some major coolness points with his students by building his own full-sized version of Tony Stark’s Hulkbuster armor from Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Unbelievably, Xing hadn’t even seen the movie yet when he started work on the armor, so he based it entirely on the trailer. The Hulkbuster replica is over 10 feet tall and is made of over 100 fiber-reinforced plastic pieces. Oh, and Xing also made a little kid-sized version of Iron Man’s armor, too. Guess the Hulkbuster project was too easy and he needed an extra challenge.

Check out some more pics of the armor in the video below…

Looking like a pretty good match…

Okay, now somebody get to work on creating a real-life Hulk so we can test this armor out.

(Via Mashable)